Items where Subject is "J Political Science > JN Political institutions (Europe) > JN1187 Scotland"
Number of items at this level: 10.
Brown, Ross, McQuaid, Ronald W and Newlands, David (2007) Letter from Edinburgh - governance, economic performance and economic disparities in Scotland. Regions (268). pp. 24-27.
Baird, Alfred (2005) Maritime policy in Scotland. Maritime Policy & Management, 32 (4). pp. 383-401. ISSN 1464 5254
Burt, Eleanor, Smith, Colin F, Webster, William and McGourty, Julie (1998) Telematics and the Scottish Parliament: transferable democratic innovations. Technical Report. The Scottish Office.
Smith, Colin F and Webster, William (2007) The emergent ICT culture of Parliamentarians. In: XXIth meeting of the Permanent Study Group on E-Government (Information and Communications Technologies in Public Administration), European Group of Public Administration Annual Conference, 2007 19-22 September, Madrid, Spain. (Unpublished)
Smith, Ella, Macintosh, Ann and Whyte, Angus (2006) Organised use of e-democracy tools for young people. In: EGOV Conference 2006, 4-8 September 2006, Krakow, Poland.
Smith, Colin F and Webster, C William R (2004) Members of the Scottish Parliament on the net. Information Polity: the international journal of government and democracy in the information age, 9 (1-2). pp. 67-80. ISSN 1570-1255
Smith, Colin F and Gray, Paul (1999) The Scottish Parliament: [re-]shaping parliamentary democracy in the information age. In: Parliament in the Age of the Internet. Oxford University Press, pp. 67-79. ISBN 0199224226
Walker, S, Masson, Ron, Telford, R and White, David (2007) Benchmarking in National Health Service Procurement in Scotland. Health Services Management Research, 20 (4). pp. 253-260. ISSN 09514848
Winetrobe, Barry (2005) A partnership of the Parliaments? Scottish law-making under the Sewel Convention at Westminster and Holyrood. In: Devolution, Law Making and the Constitution. Imprint Academic, pp. 39-70. ISBN 1845400372
Winetrobe, Barry (2004) Scottish devolution: aspirations and reality in multi-layer governance. In: The Changing Constitution. Oxford University Press, pp. 173-194. ISBN 0199264392